« on: February 14, 2011, 09:52 AM »
I think this is a cool mail away. I'm not a carded collector, but I may be tempted to pick up carded versions of Boba and Jango at retail to keep with a carded Rocket firing Fett and this new mail away.
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It will take 1,800 Proof of Purchases and $75 for shipping.
Regarding Woof, I bought 3 or 4. I did my part... but is he really pegwarming that badly? Most of us could probably go on a toy run and find a few, but is that a bad thing?
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